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Monday, July 30, 2018

2018 & 2019 releases

I thought I'd post an update regarding some of my upcoming releases for 2018 and what brand new projects readers can expect in 2019! (By the way, if you're not yet part of C.S. Poe's Curious & Mysterious, I've shared this news there already.)

2018

Color of You audiobook, narrated by Greg Boudreaux: Recent release on June 26, 2018.

The Mystery of the Moving Image (Snow & Winter Book Three): Pre-order available, release September 11, 2018.

11:59, included in the Devil Take Me anthology: Pre-order available, release October 16, 2018.

Southernmost Murder audiobook, narrated by Derrick McClain: Release estimated 3rd/4th quarter, 2018.

That Turtle Story, available individually and also included in the Warmest Wishes anthology: Release December 1, 2018.

The Mystery of Nevermore (Snow & Winter Book One) in French: Release estimated 4th quarter, 2018 with Reines Beaux.


2019

Color of You in French: Release estimated 1st quarter, 2019 with Dreamspinner Press.

Southernmost Murder in German: Release estimated 1st quarter, 2019 with DSP Publications.

"Untitled novel-length sequel" to Love, Marriage, and a Baby Carriage: Release estimated 2nd quarter, 2019.

"Snow & Winter Book Four": Release estimated 3rd quarter, 2019.

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Pre-order: The Mystery of the Moving Image

The Mystery of the Moving Image is available for pre-order, release September 11, 2018! Pick up the third book in the Snow & Winter series and follow Sebastian and Calvin down a rabbit hole of murder, mystery, and film history.

Blurb: It’s summer in New York City, and antique shop owner Sebastian Snow is taking the next big step in his relationship with NYPD homicide detective, Calvin Winter: they’re moving in together. What should have been a wonderful week of playing house and celebrating Calvin’s birthday comes to an abrupt end when a mysterious package arrives at the Emporium.
Inside is a Thomas Edison Kinetoscope, a movie viewer from the nineteenth century, invented by the grandfather of modern cinema, W. K. L. Dickson. And along with it, footage of a murder that took place over a hundred years ago.
Sebastian resists the urge to start sleuthing, even if the culprit is long dead and there’s no apparent danger. But break-ins at the Emporium, a robbery, and dead bodies aren’t as easy to ignore, and Sebastian soon realizes that the century-old murder will lead him to a modern-day killer.
However, even with Sebastian’s vast knowledge of Victorian America and his unrelenting perseverance in the face of danger, this may be the one mystery he won’t survive.

Available at:
DSP Publications
Amazon
Barnes & Noble
GooglePlay
iTunes
Kobo

And add it to your Goodreads shelf!